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An obituary of Dr. Maurice As‘ad, one of the most prominent scholars of Christianity in the Coptic church in the 20th century, who has passed away at the age of close to 76
A project called "The Representation of Islam in German Textbooks" was a very important step in view of the existing reservations, prejudices and animosities between Christianity and Islam. This is an extensive and successful project in view of the fact it has often been asked, when an analysis of...
Father Youhannā Nasīf from Alexandria tackles the expansion of the number of Coptic schools in Egypt. He suggests building new Coptic schools to eliminate fanatical ideologies and to increase acceptance of ‘the other’.
Dr. Wolfram Reiss discusses the obstacles and opportunities identified by a German project and accompanying international dialogue on the revision of school textbooks in the Middle East, in terms of their treatment of Christianity.
Saad writes about a new Coptic satellite TV program entitled “Aghapy.” He promotes this program and encourages more people to watch it, learn about it, and support it. He considers it one of the greatest resources for spreading information about the Coptic Orthodox Church, including its activities...
The author claims that that it is so hard nowadays to live in the Middle East as a Christian.
The sessions of the Saudi conference “Extremism and moderation," organized by the King Abdel Aziz Center for National Dialogue, witnessed heated discussions that reflected the completely different views of the participants especially on the issue of the Saudi educational curricula. The research...
The Kuwaiti National Assembly witnessed a very heated debate over educational strategy and reform of school curricula. The 14-member Islamic parliamentary bloc stressed that it will use its constitutional tools against the Minister of Education in case he was influenced by claims that the current...
Members of the Kuwaiti National Council warned the Minister of Education Rashid Al-Hamad against making any change in the curricula of Islamic education. They demanded that curricula upgrades be limited to scientific subjects in order to cope with the developments of the age and the requirements of...
Kuwaiti Minister of Education Dr. Rashid Al-Hamad announced yesterday that Kuwait is upgrading its school curricula in order to omit any texts that encourage religious extremism.

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